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|Title: ||Etruscan render mortars from Domus dei Dolia (Vetulonia, Italy)|
|Authors: ||Rafanelli, S.|
|Editors: ||Mosquera, María Jesús|
Almoraima Gil, M.L.
|Issue Date: ||2018|
|Publisher: ||Taylor & Francis|
|Abstract: ||The ruins and artifacts of Domus dei Dolia testify to its tragic end and the hasty scape of its wealthy owners in the 1st century BC. The excavating campaigns that started at 2009 have revealed several materials of personal and constructive use that allow an integrated archaeometric study on the way of life of Etruscan owners and excellence of construction. This work intends to contribute to the characterization of mortars and construction materials within a broader multidisciplinary study. The data obtained in renders show a careful selection of materials and applied techniques whereas the provenance of the raw materials is in agreement with a distance until 8 km.|
|Appears in Collections:||HERCULES - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings|
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